April 24 is "Wear Denim Day" to honor, recognize, raise awareness and support victims of sexual assault and rape.
Wearing denim on this day has become an international symbol of protest against erroneous and destructive attitudes about sexual assault
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month – Governor Dunleavy signs proclamation asking all Alaskan’s to stand against sexual assault in our homes and communities, and to offer support to victims and survivors.
The Alaska Comprehensive Forensic Training Academy:
A Partnership between CDVSA, UAA College of Health and the Alaska Nurses Association.
Launching March 2019--registration and scholarship information now available.
Coaching Boys into Men Training April 18-19, Juneau, AK
CBIM is a comprehensive violence prevention curriculum for coaches and their athletes developed by Futures without Violence. The program engages athletic coaches through the Coaches Leadership Program to help shape the attitudes and behaviors of young male athletes.
Share Your Experiences
Did you report a sexual assault to the Alaska State Troopers between 2006 and 2016? Were you 18 years or older at the time of the assault?
The Department of Public Safety and the UAA Justice Center have partnered to research practices related to sexual assault investigation, prosecution, and victim-survivor engagement and support. To be part of this project click on the link above.
The Department of Education and Early Development and the Association of Alaska School Boards have released a new resource for Alaska schools:
Transforming Schools: A Framework for Trauma-Engaged Practice
CDVSA Board's Perspective on DV Awareness Month
2017 Felony Level Sex Offenses Supplemental UCR Report